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Our pets should be a source of health and healing, not disease. Our goal is to identify issues adversely impacting wellness and help our clients improve the health of their human-animal companionships.
Includes physical exam, spay/neuter surgery, pain medication, "PV" ear tattoo to identify cat as a Public Vet patient* and essential services
The tattoo is intended to indentify the cat as an "owned" animal. Shelters can contact us to find the medical record and to get the cat back home
Can't afford it? Reach out to us at:
Canine veterinary care is available to Native American Nations
Dr. Peavy 707-599-1553
Kills: Hook Worms, Round Worms, Whip Worms, Tape Worms
Fleas are a major public health risk. Fleas transmit bacterial infections that cause physical and mental illness and those who are infected are the least likely to get help. Fleas also transmit other parasites too like worms! You address flea infestations. Ask for help!
Ear Mites are a nuisance to the cat and can lead to hearing loss. Our medication will kill all mites in one treatment. Flushing may be advised
When available, the ear canal is cleaned and flushed of dirt and debris
Protects your cat against the 5 major viral diseases: Rhinotracheitis, Chlamydia, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia, and feline leukemia virus
When we microchip your cat, we also tattoo the right ear with the letters:
CHIP to identify your cat as microchipped and owned.
Keeping your cat's nails trimmed is essential to preventing scratches and disease tramsmission. We do not support declawing and it is not a service we offer.
Public Vet has partnered with Medici to offer consults via video/phone/or text To reach us download this: https://med.ci/app-p Use this code to reach Public Vet MFEQEBD2CN
No animal should suffer, reach out and let us know, How what when and where. If you see it, say it!
Does your pet need a vet? Or just need a second opinion? We offer video consults. Text Dr. Peavy @ 707-599-1553 for an appointment time
How does my environment effect human and animal health?
Can my pets spread disease? What are the risks and how can I protect my family?
Available for Public Vet patients with Public Vet diagnosed conditions
Want to sponsor a cat in your community? Give us a call. 707-599-1553
Interested in working with us to improve the lives of animals in your community?
Reach out to us and find out how you can help.
Serving Indiana and beyond
not in our homes,
not on our streets,
not in our shelters.